Published on : Tuesday, June 27, 2017
The property has been “completely reimagined by internationally acclaimed architect and designer, Lauren Rottet”.
The resulting concept is described as “an alluring blend of Spanish colonial and modern Mediterranean styles. The Spanish colonial influence represents a nod to San Antonio’s Spanish colonial heritage dating back to the time the missions were built, while the modern Mediterranean flair reflects the building’s Tuscan-style architecture and the hotel’s namesake, Valencia, Spain.”
“Hotel Valencia was the first luxury boutique hotel in San Antonio. What this renovation does is that it sets us further apart from the competition,” said Stacy Seaborn, director of marketing and sales at Hotel Valencia. “To completely re-envision a hotel is sort of unheard, and it sets the bar higher. This renovation creates a magical experience for our guests.”
“The number one priority for us is customer service, and we are very lucky with the direction the hotel is going,” continued Seaborn. “What sets us apart, what is very important for us, and what we want guests to take away is that they are family, and we want them to be here and eventually come back.”